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Monday, March 03, 2008

Amor de Brazil Lenten specials

When you're fed up with fried fish, here's another place to try during Lent. From Amor de Brazil:
Amor de Brazil, the first Brazilian churrascaria-style steakhouse in the Cincinnati area and known for its 15 premium cuts of seasoned grilled meats, announced that it has added seafood to its menu for a limited time.
In addition to the finest marinated, fire-grilled meats, exceptional salads and top-notch wines, Amor de Brazil is now offering whole live Maine lobster, a land-and-sea combo, grilled shrimp, herb crusted salmon and large sea scallops now through Easter (March 23).
In addition, Amor de Brazil offers a one-of-a-kind salad extravaganza that includes Ahi tuna, Norwegian smoked salmon, shrimp cocktail, lobster bisque, imported cheeses and exotic salads and side dishes. The restaurant features continuous tableside service by Gauchos.
The Cincinnati Amor de Brazil is located at 5150 Merten Drive in Mason.
For more information, visit www.amordebrazil.com.


1 Comments:

at 9:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

My family and I went to Amor de Brazil this past sunday and really enjoyed what they have to offer!! Not only do they have a great selection of meats and fish but to my surprise, they offer kids eat from 10 and under on sundays as well as kids between the ages of 11-13 only cost $5.99!! What a DEAL!!!!

 
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